These Smart Gadgets Will Reduce Your Water Consumption By 90% 

Adopt these gadgets to optimise your water usage!

These Smart Gadgets Will Reduce Your Water Consumption By 90% 
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With the increase in global warming and its much more dangerous outcomes, human lives are getting affected adversely way more than anticipated. One major change which comes along with the global change is the rise in temperature and to beat that heat, we humans often run towards the remote of the air-conditioner or a good shower. But, with the scarcity of water, you're not able to take that shower at the very least. You might be one of those people who maintain a garden at your own house contributing that tad bit to making our planet Earth greener. Still, you find yourself restricted because of the shortage of water you face in managing your daily chores. 

What might be the solution to this then? The human race has been trying to imbibe technology ever since it penetrated our lives, why not start using the same tech to save some water. It will be better for us to start adopting these gadgets which will help you to optimise your water usage than run out of it soon.

Toto Washlet toilet

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On an average, a US household flushes 27,000 gallons of water a year. So, does that mean you should stop taking poop? No! But, you can spend some extra bucks (it's expensive) on the Toto Washlet instead of spending much more on attaining water when there will be no water. It has an inbuilt bidet which will reduce the amount of water you consume (after sitting on two seats) and dual flushing system to use the water efficiently. Well, these were the benefits you will get that will save water. Apart from that, you get oscillating modes and heated seat too. 

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Caroma Smart 305 Round Front Plus

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Another revolutionary seat where you can relax about some water related problems because this one helps you save water even when you flush. As per Caroma's website, "After flushing, fresh cold water is directed through the faucet for hand washing and drains into the tank to be used for the next flush."

Waterpebble: Conserve Water In The Shower

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Do you love to spend time under a shower and end up wasting a lot of water, then this might come in handy for you. Just place it near your bathroom's drain and every time water flows below it. The green colour will light up as soon as it recognises the water flow. Then, according to Florida Eco Products, the built-in light will turn Yellow indicating you're halfway through your relaxing shower and the next change in colour to Red will mean it's time for you to step out; after a total of 4 minutes.

Niagara Conservation High-Efficiency Tri-Max 3 Flow Rate Faucet Aerator

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This one adds air into the current water flow and decreases the quantity of water consumed. AM Conservation Group tells, the Tri-Max aerator produces a pressure-compensated stream that performs well under any water pressure. It comes with 3 pressure-compensated flow rates: 0.5 GPM / 1.0 GPM / 1.5 GPM for soaping, washing, and rinsing respectively.

Droplet

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As the saying goes, every drop counts. This smart sprinkler called "Droplet" just does the same by saving up to 90% of water consumption. It is a combination of robotics and cloud computing, which not only gives you control of that sprinkler kept in your garden but also understands the proper care (in terms of water sprinkled) your plants need with intelligence as per Droplet

Eco Showerdrop

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Well, don't want to order much for saving water but just monitor as to how much water are you consuming? This one's the perfect pick for you then. The Eco Showerdrop is the world's first low-cost, universal shower meter. A simple digital display lets you know exactly how much water your shower dispenses through user-friendly graphics. This way you might reduce the amount of water you consume over time.

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